Exit Zero Jazz Festival at Cape May Brewing Company
The cultural event of the season is coming to Cape May Brewing Company! The Exit Zero Jazz Festival, one of Cape May’s time-honored traditions, will be in our Brewtanical Garden beginning Friday, April 23rd, and running through Sunday, April 25th.
12:00 – 6:00 pm, Multiple Sets
With Snacktime Philly, dancing is still allowed! Composed of some of the best musicians the Philly area has to offer, Snacktime Philly is a direct result of the global pandemic, borne out of finding ways to experience live music in the “new normal”. Sure to get you on your feet, this brass band has been popping up everywhere in the area, from polling places to city parks, while urging fans of live music to help support local artists.
Formed by friends Pat Faherty and Matthew Stubbs in Boston, MA in 2018, GA-20 was borne out of their mutual love of heavy traditional Blues, R&B, and Rock & Roll of the late 50s and early 60s. The two bonded over legendary artists like Lazy Lester, J.B. Lenoir, Earl Hooker, Buddy Guy, Otis Rush, and Junior Wells, and they set out to write, record and perform a modern version of this beloved art form. Joined by drummer Tim Carman in 2019, GA-20 is a trio of 2 guitars, vocals and drums. Revelers will love their raw, passionate, and honest performance.
We’ll be opening the gates at the Brewtanical Garden at 4pm on Friday. You can buy tickets in advance here — individual days of music are only $10 now, $15 at the door —, and don’t miss the Cape May Brewing Company Hops Pass! On the day of the show, your ticket will be good for a full day of music, but the Hops Pass is the real deal — for only $68, you’ll get first-come, first-served entry to select outdoor venues of the festival, including the Cape May Brewing Company Brewtanical Garden!
See you then!